|Born||Jwaundace Candece Belcher
(1978-01-13) January 13, 1978
Birmingham, Alabama, U.S.
|Occupation||Actress, stunt woman, professional wrestler|
|Ring name(s)||Delta Lotta Pain
|Billed height||5 ft 7 in (170 cm)|
|Trained by||Selina Majors
Peggy Lee Leather
Jwaundace began her professional wrestling career with WOW! Women of Wrestling, using the ring name Delta Lotta Pain, as part of the tag team Caged Heat, which would go on to become the WOW! Tag Team Champions.
She has worked on more than 90 films, television shows and commercials performing stunts as herself but mainly for some of Hollywood‘s top actresses. She has performed stunts for Viola Davis, Queen Latifah, Oprah Winfrey, Taraji P. Henson, Jennifer Hudson, Gabrielle Union, Whoopi Goldberg, Mo’Nique, Tyra Banks and Hayley Marie Norman, to name a few. Her stunts have included fight scenes, stair falls, ratchets, car crashes, riding motorcycles, fire burns and many more. She has worked with some of the top stunt coordinators in the industry.
She is currently an actress and can be seen in a recurring role in ABC’s Resurrection as Mrs. Camille Thompson, a “return” and mother to Omar Epps character, Agent J. Martin Bellamy. Her “return” family includes her daughter, Jenny Thompson, played by Nadej Bailey and her husband, Mr. Wallace Thompson, played by Shawn Shepard.
She can also be seen in 20th Century Fox‘s Let’s Be Cops as JaQuandae, a comedy starring Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans, Jr. and coined the phrase “That’s What You Get!!!” which became a popular marketing slogan for the movie campaign.
She has also made guest and supporting appearances on “C.S.I. (Crime Scene Investigation), Cinemax’s “Banshee”, Fox’s “MadTv”, BET’s “Let’s Stay Together”, IFC’s “Stan Against Evil” and Barbershop: The Next Cut. She will play “Shaundra” in a Netflix original movie Naked (2017 film) starring Marlon Wayans and Regina Hall that will be released on Netflix August 11, 2017.
She has a master’s degree in Psychology and a credential to teach reading. That is what she refers to as the “before” part of her film and televidion career. She is constantly volunteering as a mentor to girls in the industry, a speaker or host at various networking and social events, donates to various organizations such as Hope House, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital and is sn active volunteer at her son’s school and the drama department.